SOURCE: Heat Trace Products, LLC.
LEOMINSTER, MA--(Marketwire - Sep 25, 2012) - Heat Trace Products, LLC. received the "Exporter of the Year Award for 2012," from ThinkGlobal, Inc., publisher of "Commercial News USA," the official export promotion magazine of the U.S. Department of Commerce. A manufacturer of self-regulating heater cables used for freeze protection and process temperature control applications, the company was one of 12 recipients of this award from all over the United States.
Heat Trace Products, LLC. sells a full line of self-regulating heater cables to a broad range of industrial and commercial customers worldwide through distributors, representatives, and OEMs. Featuring the only FM (Factory Mutual) approved 25 and 30 Watt self-regulating heater cables on the market today, the firm conducts business in over 30 countries.
According to Wayne Canty, President & CEO, "Over 65 percent of our business is international. Back in 2000, we recognized the potential for exporting, especially in emerging markets. Self-regulating heater cables automatically supply heat where needed and this cuts operating costs significantly."
Heat Trace self-regulating heater cables are used in chemical and food processing, mining, oil & gas refining, pulp & paper, utilities, and water treatment facilities, and in commercial and residential buildings.
About Heat Trace Products
Located in Leominster, Massachusetts, Heat Trace Products' technology was developed in the early 1970s when the company was the Samuel Moore Group and the original brand name for their cable was Dekoron. Backed by patents, proprietary formulations, and manufacturing processes, the firm's self-regulating heat trace cables have been the mainstay in low temperature process maintenance and in freeze protection for over 30 years.
Heat Trace products are being used in a wide range of commercial, industrial, and residential applications throughout the world. The recipient of numerous awards, the company has been recognized for creativity and leadership in international trade by the Associated Industries of Massachusetts International Business Council.